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“Historically mind-blowing.”

Museum of Slavery and Civil Rights
Ranked #9 of 19 things to do in Selma
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Reviewed 30 June 2013

I visited this museum and was shocked of how they preserved the historic articles. This place takes your mind back in time.

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Reviewed 30 April 2013

This museum is an interactive experience in which the museum visitor is being taken as a slave from Africa to Alabama on board a small vessel. During the approximately one hour ordeal, the slave/visitor is separated from his/her friends and family, degraded, humiliated, and taunted. It's a powerful, eye-opening hour. It ends with a candid discussion of each other's thoughts, biases, and fears.

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